It’s yet another poll, but still, there’s a pretty-solid ten percent margin, so – there’s that:
Poll: Voters Support Hobby Lobby Decision By 10-Point Margin
Nearly half of voters agree with the Supreme Court’s decision Monday that business owners should not be forced to comply with Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate if it violates their religious beliefs, a new poll has found.
According to a Rasmussen Reports poll conducted June 20 – July 1 of 1,000 likely voters, 49 percent of Americans support a religious exemption to the government’s contraceptive mandate, which was successfully argued for by Hobby Lobby.
Another wee slice in the death-of-a-thousand-cuts that – unless a hoped-for outright repeal materializes – would seem to be the future for the (Un)Affordable Care Act; aka, Obamacare.
Some marginal amount of amusement can be had from watching the mad, full-volume bellowing and foot-stomping and wild cursing from the Progtards and the radical-Left wimmenfolks (slight repetition, there – sorry ’bout that), as Hobby Lobby, et.al. manage to “crush Wimmenses whole well-beings” by quite lawfully refusing to fund a whole three – out of twenty – contraceptive methods, based on – Tha Horror!! – devoutly-held (religious) principles…
What was that again about “…the best things in life”?
Ah – yes – “…hearing the lamentations of the women.” – got it.